Oct 15 - 17 2021
Fringe Festival 2021: The Infinite Energy of Ada L...

Fringe Festival 2021: The Infinite Energy of Ada L...

Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts at Joan & Edgar Booth Theatre

The Boston University Fringe Festival, now in its 25th season, is a collaboration between the College of Fine Arts School of Music: Opera Institute and School of Theatre. The festival’s mission is to produce new or rarely performed significant works in the opera and theatre repertoire, bringing performances and audiences together in unique theatrical settings. For over two decades, Fringe Festival at Boston University has celebrated and amplified new work, shown in spare and minimal productions.

Ada, Countess of Lovelace and Lord Byron’s daughter, has been asked to help Charles Babbage with his work on the Difference Engine. Can she pursue her love of mathematics while upholding her reputation? Duration: 40 minutes

Music by Kamala Sankaram
Libretto by Rob Handel
Allison Voth, music director
Emily Ranii (CFA’13), stage director

Admission Info

All 2021 Fringe performances will be in Joan & Edgar Booth Theatre.

General Admission: Tickets $15

BU students, faculty, and staff can attend for free by presenting their BU ID at the door on the day of performance (subject to availability).

Email: mycfa@bu.edu

Dates & Times

2021/10/15 - 2021/10/17

Location Info

Joan & Edgar Booth Theatre

820 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA